BENEFITING: FRIENDS OF THE NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA INC
Two Countries. One Sky.
Friends, we have an incredible opportunity to help protect migratory birds in North America. Right now, every U.S. sourced donation can be quadrupled. Times 4!
We are all connected
Birds don’t do borders. Many migratory species need habitat in more than one country to thrive. Did you know close to 70% of all North American waterfowl are estimated to breed in Canada?
Quadruple your impact!
Every U.S. sourced dollar donated for Canadian conservation work triggers the donation of 3 more dollars. That means a $100 gift turns into $400, a $1,000 into $4,000!
The match is partially provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. But without U.S. sourced donations this 'available' match is inaccessible.
Help migratory birds today.
There are a number of ways you can help:
Donate. Simply donate to this page. (Thank you!)
Tell your friends. Share this story on Facebook and Twitter ( #FNCC) (Thank you again!)
Host a dinner. On June 19th host a dinner (or a virtual event)...Your house, your friends, your impact… times four! Just go back to the main event www.crowdrise.com/Nightof1000dinners and choose the gray "set-up your fundraiser" button to get started. Then tell your friends and share your event on social media. Every U.S. dollar is quadrupled!
Your efforts will help protect and care for breeding habitat in Canada that support waterfowl and other birds that migrate to the U.S.
Visit www.friendsofncc.org/the-dinners for more information about your donation, the dinner and the cause.
Good for us. Good for our neighbors (or is that neighbours?). Good for the birds and good for the world.
Thank you from everyone at FNCC and NCC
FNCC is a registered U.S. charity that supports Canadian conservation work with a focus on projects that benefits the U.S. FNCC is working in partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, Canada’s largest conservation organization on this initiative. Matching agencies include the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Environment Canada.